Joshua Brandon Pillault, through his attorney, earlier this week asked for more time to analyze computer material taken by investigators from his residence.
Today, Chief U.S. District Judge Michael P. Mills rescheduled his trial start from April 8 to June 24.
Last January, Pillault pleaded not guilty to the two-count federal indictment accusing him of plotting the attack.
It's the second time the trial has been delayed. Prosecutors did not object to the change.